Get ready to level up your maintenance.
Typical Compressed Air/Gas Leak
Check the pipe connection at eye-level for typical leaks
Far-away Leak
Check down the hallway for leaks at a distance
Reflected Leak
Check the floor between the cabinets for signs of reflected leaks
Vacuum Leak
Check pipes near the floor for vacuum leaks
High-up Leaks
Check the pipes above the cable tray for hard-to-reach leaks
Adjust the frequency
Use the frequency slider on the right-side of the device screen to adjust the target frequency range and hone in on the detected leak.
Capture the leak
Press the green capture button located on the right-side of the device to take a photo of the detected leak.
Great job, you found all the leaks!
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Find the compressed gas and vacuum leaks
This experience works best in landscape mode.
Using your mouse, click and drag to look around the factory.
In this simulation, there are five leaks. Compressed gas and vacuum leaks produce a high frequency ultrasound and can be detected by the Fluke ii900 and identified as a gradient on the decibel SoundMap™ display.